Friday, April 30, 2010

Spanish Terrain

I'm working right now on some terrain for the peninsular war. Higly Inspired by the new spanish church from Empress miniatures, I decided to make my own from junk that was left from the recent home renovation. It is still WIP and very rough as you can see in the pics. It turned out very big so it will probably see only action in 28mm skirmish games.

I used pink foam for the walls. To get the structure of the walls, I pressed a real stone on the foam. The roof tiles are made from corrugated cardboard. The door is balsa wood with pasticard applications. The shrine statues are 1/72 miniatures. The bell is "lent" from a very tasty chocolate easter bunny.

1 comment:

  1. Looks damn good, the thing about pressing a stone against the foam to get a "realistic" surface is something I'm gonna pass on to my buddies at the club - we are about to build som terrain for a demo table :-)